I will start with a few funny things he said over the past few days. I think the last time I wrote I wrote about the Dr. Suess Green eggs and applesauce story. Well the following Sunday we were getting ready for church and Conner said he didn't want to go. So I asked where he did want to go and he thinks then yells, "Neverland!" haha, little boys!!! Too cute!
Then the other day Conner was looking at my hair using a lego as a "telescope" when he turned and said, lets look at daddy's hair. I pointed out that daddy didn't have any hair. Conner replied, "well we need to go to the store and buy him some more hair." Why didn't I think of that!!!! Man he makes me laugh.
Then yesterday happened. Kyle and I affectionatley call days that had a lot of stuff happen, blogging days, because it is always the best stuff to post on a blog. And yesterday was deffenintly a blogging day!
I'm still not sure when, but at some point Conner found one of my Mary Kay lipsticks somewhere and he put it in his lunch box. After I buckled him in his carseat he asked to hold his lunchbox. Thinking it was empty I just gave it to him. Well by the time we got to the store I turned around and that lipstick he was hiding was used to color his window. So now the back window in the van has some beautiful artwork for all to see. There wasn't much I could do about it going into the store, and it is still there....
Later on in the day I was noticing it was a little quite. Any mother knows that either means their kid feel asleep somewhere, or TROUBLE! I go upstairs and find Conner buck naked sitting on the bathroom sink with his toothpaste EVERYWHERE! Covering him, the counter, the mirror, the sink, everywhere. And maybe it is just me, but toothpaste is hard to clean up. So, all the kids just got a bath....
A little later, once again quite and by now we are on a roll so I know something is up. I go upstairs and find Conner has found all the diaper ointment stash and he must of thought Hannah's floor needed some because it is all over her carpet. Great, thanks son.
And then I'm feeding Hannah and out of the kitchen walks Conner with a cup overflowing with milk. So I quickly get up to sip the top for him not thinking that if it was overflowing where I was that probably meant it was overflowing where he poured the milk. I follow the milk trail to the kitchen and covering the floor is milk. But the best part is Conner had grabbed a washcloth and put it in the middle of the spill to "clean it up." I just started laughing, I wish I had taken a picture as that poor little washcloth had no chance against the quart of milk all over the floor.
Needless to say Conner spent a lot of time in time-out yesterday. But we had a great "blogging day." I am very grateful for the patience I was blessed with yesterday because I really handled it well, of course I still have the lipstick in the car, the desatin on Hannah's floor and the oven....oh the oven.
This wasn't Conner but on Fri I used the oven to cook some garlic bread, well there must have been something in there because it catches on fire. The whole inside is full of flames and the smoke alarm is going off. So Hannah wakes up. My babysitter was over because I was supposed to be leaving for a Mary Kay conference. I wasn't sure what to do so I grab the baking soda or powder whichever one you keep in the fridge and opened the stove door and just poured that stuff everywhere. It worked great putting out the flames but now the inside of the oven is, well it needs some attention, so we haven't been able to use it.
With all of this I will probably be paying my cleaning lady a little extra this week....